New Jersey Gets Back To Setting Online Gambling Revenue Records In October –

NJ online gambling revenue continues to rise and set records


After several fairly flat months, New Jersey online gambling revenue has begun to surge once again.

NJ gambling sites combined to bring in $93.5 million for the month of October, setting a new record. Prior to this, total online revenue for the state had hovered between $85 million and $88 million since May. Sports betting was also on the rise, up nearly 30% with mobile and retail channels combined.

Retail casino gaming moved in the opposite direction, and the two phenomena may be related. As cases of COVID-19 in the Garden State continue to soar, players who enjoy both live and online gambling may be leaning more towards the latter.

Total combined gaming revenue for the state was $338 million, a month-on-month increase of nearly 5%.

Data comes from the latest report published by the NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement.

NJ online gambling highlights: October 2020

Here’s what October looked like for NJ online gambling, in dollar terms:

  • Combined revenue for online casinos and poker in October amounted to $93,451,523, up from $87,633,697 in September and a new monthly record.
  • Daily average revenue cracked $3 million for the first time in state history.
  • Online casinos won $90,933,749, also a new monthly record.
  • Online poker site revenue